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    Soup or Broth

    I have just made a big pan of what i thought was Venison soup any way some one sticks there head in the pan nearly and says it looks more like Broth than soup can any one tell me the difference.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    I have just made a big pan of what i thought was Venison soup any way some one sticks there head in the pan nearly and says it looks more like Broth than soup can any one tell me the difference.

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    needs more veg ,pearl barley some split peas me thinks

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    Thats just a picture to add a bit of spice still looking for the answer assuming there is one.

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    ....that soup still looks a bit lumpy to me mate??
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    its obvious it is under cooked, give it another month

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    Davie
    Broth is made from vegetables and or meat boiled down .
    Soup is made from stock adding a liquid to the desired thickness .

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    Ok so Robert if i have stuck a leg of venison in a pan and added veg to taste a bit of salt and pepper what have i made broth or soup. its quite thick but you can still dipp your bread in it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    I have just made a big pan of what i thought was Venison soup any way some one sticks there head in the pan nearly and says it looks more like Broth than soup can any one tell me the difference.
    Soups still have the bits of meat and veg in, like Scotch Broth

    but... Strictly speaking "Broth" is just the liquid wot the bits are in (if it's a soup). Oi tink!

    If the bits are out it might be broth or stock and if it's clear broth or stock it would be consomme. OK?

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